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Beginning in 2010, the APB Summits (formerly known as the Investment Advisory Summits) are the largest and most important gatherings of C-suite private bankers, IAM/EAMs, and wealth managers/SFOs. Now in it’s 10th year, this year’s Summits will attract over 1000 senior leaders from the Asian wealth management industry.
Chief Executive Asia Pacific
Chairman and Head UBS Wealth Management Greater China, Country Head and Chief Executive, UBS Hong Kong Branch, Group Managing Director
UBS Global Wealth Management
Chief Executive, Global Market Head, Greater China & North Asia
Bank of Singapore, Hong Kong Branch
Chief Executive, Hong Kong Branch, Head of Private Banking, North Asia
Head of Private Wealth Management, Investment Management
Morgan Stanley Asia International Limited
|8:15am – 9:00am||Registration and Breakfast – Foyer, Ballroom|
|9:00am – 9:10am||Welcome Remarks|
|9:10am – 9:55am||CEOs in Debate | A decade in Asian Private Banking: What have we learnt and where are we headed?
Sebastian Enberg, Editor, Asian Private Banker
Albert Chiu, Chief Executive Asia Pacific, EFG Bank
Amy Lo, Chairman and Head UBS Wealth Management Greater China, Country Head and Chief Executive, UBS Hong Kong Branch, Group Managing Director, UBS Global Wealth Management
Derrick Tan, Chief Executive, Global Market Head, Greater China & North Asia, Bank of Singapore, Hong Kong Branch
Francois Monnet, Chief Executive, Hong Kong Branch, Head of Private Banking, North Asia, Credit Suisse
Ronald Lee, Head of Private Wealth Management, Investment Management, Goldman Sachs
Vincent Chui, Chief Executive, Morgan Stanley Asia International Limited
|10:00am – 10:20am||Networking Coffee|
|10:20am – 10:50am||Workshop Session|
|10:55am – 11:25am|| Workshop Session
|11:30am – 12:00pm|| Workshop Session
|12:00pm – 12:40pm||
Closing Panel | Responding to rising recession risk
Despite the protracted bull market, investors should begin taking heightened inflation and recession risks into account given the slowdown in economic growth and a tightening labour market. With economic contraction looming and consumer confidence waning, there are numerous investment decisions to consider: Just how close is the next recession? How can investors position their portfolios accordingly? And in this late market cycle, what types of behaviour are investors exhibiting and what kinds of products and investments have resonated with clients?
Join the region’s private banking investment experts as they discuss and debate the current market conditions.
|12:40pm – 2:00pm||Networking Champagne Luncheon|
Integrating ESG factors in emerging sovereign debt investing – Pictet Asset Management
Pictet Asset Management believes emerging economies could benefit from improving ESG factors in the long term and that asset managers need to determine when ESG factors will be meaningful drivers of asset prices in the short term. As an industry, we are developing sovereign stewardship collaborations and have encouraged sovereign issuers to enhance ESG performance by engaging with policymakers and educating them on ESG issues as we endeavour to find the social value in managing assets.
Andrew Grijns, Senior Client Portfolio Manager, Emerging Markets Fixed Income, Pictet Asset Management